Definition of tump in English:

tump

Line breaks: tump
Pronunciation: /tʌmp
 
/

noun

[often in place names] chiefly dialect
1A small rounded hill or mound; a tumulus.
More example sentences
  • Harvested fruit was stored in tumps in the orchard to soften a little before being taken to the mill.
2A clump of trees, shrubs, or grass.

Origin

late 16th century: of unknown origin.

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